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TurningTray (Medium), Husky Green by Finn Juhl
TurningTray (Medium), Husky Green by Finn JuhlTurningTray (Medium), Husky Green by Finn JuhlTurningTray (Medium), Husky Green by Finn Juhl
Architect Made TurningTray (Medium), Husky Green by Finn Juhl
Designed by Finn Juhl
Item #: AM733
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  • Designer: Finn Juhl
  • Item #: AM733
  • Availability: Usually ships in 4-7 days.
  • Dimensions: 18.9" L x 11.8" W (48 cm L x 30 cm W)
  • Material: Teakwood/Laminate
  • Care: The TurningTrays are handmade in teakwood and laminate and should be handwashed with warm water and soap.
  • Country: Italy
  • Just as the wood on the TurningTray’s corners fits perfectly right in, so will the Tray in your daily life. With it’s duo glossy finish, you can be sure to put the Tray to use at any time of the day – bright and early for breakfast with its lighter side up and also later in the evening for an elegant dinner when the guests have arrived.

    The TurningTray has no handle bars, making it very practical and easy to use for everyone, regardless whether they have the small fingers of a child or full grown adult’s hands. No more trying to fit in those narrow spaces, just pick it up and go!

    Its teakwood finish ensures an outstanding longevity, promising to be there with you for every kind of occasion.

    So, turn the tables… or rather turn the TurningTray to suit your mood and every day needs.
    Finn JuhlThe work of architect Finn Juhl (1912 – 1989) energized traditional Danish design. It exemplifies the quality of craftsmanship and beauty that made the nation a leader in modern home furnishing during the 1940s and 1950s.

    Juhl was trained as an all-round building architect, not – as he emphasized – especially as a furniture designer. On several occasions, he pointed out that as a furniture designer, he was purely self-taught.

    His early chairs were produced in small batches, eighty at most, because they were created for Guild shows where the work of the artisan was emphasized over the burgeoning industry of mass production. However, they were almost all reissued later in his career.

    In 1951 he designed the Trusteeship Council Chamber in the United Nations Headquarters in New York as a gift from Denmark to the UN.

    A stability of construction harmonized with a unique expression of form distinguishes his works. His fondness for teak as a material led him to develop new and superior techniques for its use, and he is responsible for the present popularity of teak in Danish furniture.

    Finn Juhl had a great influence on the following generation of Scandinavian architects with his use of bold sculptural forms and ultra-refined detailing. Juhl once said: "One cannot create happiness with beautiful objects, but one can ruin quite a lot of happiness with bad ones."

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